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Preview Corner: What’s hot in November

Posted 15:01 Friday, Oct 28, 2016 In: Arts News Tags: Boycie De La Warr Pavilion John Challis Mark Steel Nosferatu Only Fools and Horses Remembrance Toby Sargent White Rock Theatre

When cultures collide: new opera links 1066 with modern-day themes of invasion and loss

Themes of invasion, loss and the redeeming power of human goodness are explored in PUSH, a powerful new opera which has its world premiere this weekend, Saturday 1 October, at the De La Warr Pavilion. Cultures collided when William conquered England, and they still do today as people move around, whether displaced by war and poverty or enjoying their freedom to roam as EU citizens. Preview by Nick Terdre. Photos by Pat Pope.

Posted 17:00 Wednesday, Sep 28, 2016 In: Music & Sound Tags: Auschwitz Battle Festival De La Warr Pavilion Education Futures Trust Ele Slade Glyndebourne James newby Matthew Stiff Nick Terdre Pat Pope Root 1066 Rye Studio School Sally Lampitt Simon Gronowski Tereza Gevorgyan

Hastings and Rother bid for Great Place Scheme

Alongside all the activity around Stade Saturdays and the ROOT 1066 festival, we’ve also been looking further forwards and wanted to post an update on discussions that have been happening around the recently announced Arts Council England ‘Great Place Scheme’, writes Polly Gifford

Free cartoon workshops for all

Hastings Cartoon Festival opened with a big cartoon BANG! last Thursday at Hastings Museum. The extensive Martin Honeysett retrospective is the first temporary exhibition in the main gallery for over 20 years, and is supported by an excellent collection of cartoons about the Battle of Hastings by Honeysett’s contemporaries from the Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation in the upstairs gallery. The shows deserve a couple of hours of your time, and will guarantee to put a smile on your face on the dullest of autumnal or wintery days. 

Posted 07:23 Wednesday, Sep 21, 2016 In: Arts News Tags: 1066 Country Andy Willard Artist Battle Almonry Belles Lettres Cartoon Festival Crippen Dave Lupton De La Warr Pavilion Emily Johns Engine Rooms Erica Smith Geoffrey Coupland Hastings John Knowles. Link Project Martin Honeysett PCO Pecha Kucha Pete Donohue Professional Cartoonists' Organisation Robin Knowles Zeel zine

NT Live: New performances announced

Posted 17:39 Friday, Sep 9, 2016 In: Film Tags: De La Warr Pavilion Hedda Gabler Kino-Teatr No Man's Land NT Live Saint Joan Toby Sargent
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Willem Sandberg from type to image

Red, blue and yellow – the primary colours, design, experiment, type, play, rough, collage, asymmetric are the words that may spring to mind as you walk round the Willem Sandberg exhibition at De La Warr Pavilion says Roz Cran.

Posted 17:40 Wednesday, May 25, 2016 In: Visual Arts Tags: De La Warr Pavilion exhibition Roz Cran typography Willem Sandberg

Un-Broken

Un-Broken, an exhibition by local female artists at Murmurations Gallery, explores themes that complement Tonico Lemus Auad’s exhibition at the De Le Warr Pavilion. Erica Smith, who was not overwhelmed by the show at DLWP, went along with low expectations – and was pleasantly surprised.

Posted 12:37 Thursday, Apr 7, 2016 In: Arts News Tags: Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion Gallery Katy Oxborrow Louise Michele Evans Lyn Dale Marie Ford Murmurations Nikki Davidson-Bowman Stephanie Grainger Tonico Lemus Auad Un-broken
Sussex Women by Ann Kramer

Sussex women by a Sussex woman

Local freelance writer invites you to An Evening with Ann Kramer: Sussex Women, including  biographies of 30 quite disparate women – from poets and activists through to explorers and philanthropists, all of whom are connected in some way with Sussex. HOT’s Zelly Restorick reports.

Posted 10:30 Monday, Jan 25, 2016 In: Literature Tags: ann kramer conscientious objectors De La Warr Pavilion female spies history of women in Sussex human rights Suffragettes Sussex Women Sussex Women by Ann Kramer women
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